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Get A Kindle 2 For $89 For A Limited Time

November 26, 2010

Starting today at 9am PST (12 Noon EST) you can get a Kindle 2 for only $89 at Get The Kindle 2 Here It’s part of their “Lightning Deals” promotions and will only be available at the $89 price for a very short time and quantities are limited. Click on the link above to […]

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Turn Off The Kindle Wireless Feature

January 7, 2009

As you may know, when you’re not getting a good signal for your Kindleyou should turn off the wireless feature or it will run down the battery quicker than if you’re getting a good signal. A good rule of thumb though, may be to turn off the wireless feature anytime you’re not using it. Turning […]

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Top 10 Things To Do With Your Kindle

December 30, 2008

There’s a ton of different things to do with your Kindle so I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 things – according to me, of course. If you have something to add, please comment. 1. You can use the Kindleas a GPS and find your location using Google Maps. 2. Using the search feature, […]

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Over One Million Books Available For Kindle

September 25, 2008

When I first started this blog there were about 120,000 books available from Amazon for the Kindleand now there’s around 170,000. What a lot of people don’t know is that there’s other places that you can buy books for your Kindle other than Amazon. Go here to see some of the other places you can […]

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See A Kindle Before You Buy One

September 21, 2008

For those that are interested, I ran across this page over at Amazon where you can hook up with a Kindle owner in your area and check out their Kindle before you buy one. This is a great resource for those of you that might be on the fence about buying a Kindle. Here’s the […]

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The Amazon Kindle

May 12, 2008

The Kindle is Amazon’s new wireless reading device. it comes with a sharp, high resolution electronic paper display screen that looks and reads like real paper. The Kindle is really very simple to use. It has no computers or cabes and there’s no syncing involved. One of the things that I like best about the […]

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